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Food court, entertainment concept coming to Northeast Austin; $612M 183 North project begins and more top Central Texas news – Community Impact Newspaper

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Food court, entertainment concept coming to Northeast Austin; $612M 183 North project begins and more top Central Texas news – Community Impact Newspaper

Located at Karlin Real Estate’s Parmer Austin development, The Pitch is slated to open to the public in February. (Claire Shoop/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By CI Staff Compilation | 7:00 AM Jan 29, 2022 CST
Read the most popular Central Texas news from the past week.

Northwest Austin

The Pitch, an open-air food court and entertainment space, to open in Northeast Austin in February

Once fully operational, Dave Greeley, principal at Team Orbis and project consultant for The Pitch, said he hopes the space becomes a place where local employees, sports fans and the broader community can gather together to eat, drink and relax.

Construction starts on 183 North project in Northwest Austin

Construction is starting on the $612 million 183 North project in Northwest Austin.

Austin metro

15 businesses and restaurants now open, coming soon to Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

Check out these new spots in the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto areas, and keep a lookout for the spots set to open soon.

Cedar Park-Leander

ROUNDUP: 6 new eateries now open or opening soon in Cedar Park, Leander

These six eateries have opened recently, such as Lazy G BBQ Company, or plan to open soon, such as Amy's Ice Creams.

Central Austin

Downtown Austin office tower sells for $174M, will bring new shopping downtown

A downtown building sold for $174 million at the end of December, and the developers said they will spend tens of millions more upgrading it and adding retail space.

Claire Shoop, Taylor Girtman and Maggie Quinlan contributed to this report.
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